ShamanTalk Episode 88
How to Guide Recapitulation - Finding Relief From Difficult Memories
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This week I talk about the Toltec technique of Recapitulation, why it’s essential in our lives, and I share the massive impact on my life. I’ve distilled it down to a few simple steps that I’ll be sharing with you in this podcast.
In very few words, Recapitulation is a technique of reliving to release to let our stuck life energy flow in the way it needs.
If you have PTSD or other trauma-related diagnoses, this technique should be approached with care. However, such a diagnosis certainly doesn’t preclude you from taking advantage of this technique! Many of my clients with complex and chronic trauma issues found great success with this technique.
The recapitulation experience is related to the fact that we all are influenced –if not determined- by our past experiences.
What I’ve found and also hundreds of clients and students have found – is that Recapitulation is a quick and relatively easy way to release our attachment and the effect of negative memories.
So let’s get into the nuts and bolts!
Recapitulation is a simple breathing technique that allows you to release the past on an energy level. Almost every memory you have has some kind of an emotional charge attached to it.
The problem is that our emotional experience, if not appropriately managed in the moment, create disturbances & tensions that will often accompany us for the rest of our life invading our thoughts at inappropriate times.
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Feel your way through the memory without pushing anything away.
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